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As well as depicting religious themes such as scenes from the life of the Buddha, the caves also depict day-to-day scenes from life along the Silk Roads including figures of merchants, travellers, monks, musicians, and farmers.   (...) Furthermore, the artistic styles reflected in the paintings can be categorised into three different types, the ‘early’ Indo-Iranian style, which incorporated Greco-Indian and Gandharan influences, the ‘later’ Indo-Iranian style, which was more heavily influenced by Sassanian and Sogdian art, and a third style, although much less common and only found in two of the caves, showing influence from Tang China (618 – 907 CE).  (...) These murals in particular show a clear influence from the Classical world including Roman style friezes along the top of the walls over scenes of the life of the Buddha.  
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Score: 1103243 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...ion-buddhism-and-central-asian
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Employment Island in this society will allow options for diverse work styles, in which people can choose to switch from non-regular work to regular work, or working part-time or full-time based on different life cycle needs such as childcare and elder-care. While until today, workers have been separated by regular workers who work full-time until retirement and non-regular workers with part time or terminable contracts, this society does not separate by people, but allows for diverse work styles based on life stage needs of each individual. (...) Panelists also actively 7 discussed the effect of these changes on workers’ work styles, companies’ human resources practices, as well as Japanese style employment system in the future.
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Score: 1089605 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...enericdocument/wcms_564682.pdf
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Employment Island in this society will allow options for diverse work styles, in which people can choose to switch from non-regular work to regular work, or working part-time or full-time based on different life cycle needs such as childcare and elder-care. While until today, workers have been separated by regular workers who work full-time until retirement and non-regular workers with part time or terminable contracts, this society does not separate by people, but allows for diverse work styles based on life stage needs of each individual. (...) Panelists also actively 7 discussed the effect of these changes on workers’ work styles, companies’ human resources practices, as well as Japanese style employment system in the future.
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Score: 1089605 - www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/grou...enericdocument/wcms_564682.pdf
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As a result, the shelf life of thematic WMO Bulletin issues spans many years.    (...) Use personal experience, motivation and real-life examples that will create connections with readers. (...) All articles are edited to bring them into line with the overall style of the  Bulletin . In editing articles, the  Bulletin  will attempt to maintain the style and point of view of the author(s).
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Score: 1055552.7 - https://public.wmo.int/en/resources/bulletin/guidelines
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Human development – or the human development approach - is about expanding the richness of human life, rather than simply the richness of the economy in which human beings live. (...) <style>#hdrFrame {-moz-transform: scale(0.75);-moz-transform-origin: 0 0;-o-transform: scale(0.75);-o-transform-origin: 0 0;-webkit-transform: scale(0.75);-webkit-transform-origin: 0 0;}style> Download Download Filters Search UNDP only Hide Filters Search Group Kyrgyzstan Global Media group Kyrgyzstan Global Popular Search global fund green generic contact United Nations Development Programme Who we are About us UNDP and the UN About Kyrgyzstan Leadership Legal framework Funding Partnerships What we do Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Human Development Report (HDR) Focus areas Accelerator Labs Strategic Plan 2022 - 2025 Our impact News Centre Publications Projects Blog Stories Speeches Articles Get involved Careers Procurement Contact us © 2022 United Nations Development Programme
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Score: 1054038.4 - https://www.undp.org/kyrgyzstan/human-development-report-hdr
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Dragons shown with the tree of life or dragon heads at wing tips or tail ends of double headed eagles or lions, or of sphinxes are also common in Seljuk art. At the portal of the Cifte minareli Medrese of Erzurum from the end of 13th century, there is a relief of the tree of life on both sides of the portal. On top of the tree, there is a double headed eagle and pair of dragons is placed underneath. The bodies are ornamented with scale motifs and have single knots. Dragon pair with life tree may be considered as symbol of underground and hell or as guardians protecting the life tree.
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Score: 1014853.3 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...s_in_anatolian_turkish_art.pdf
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Iskandar in search of the water of life. Folio from Firdausi’s Shāh-nāma, 931/1524. (...) In principle, the Khamsa provides the most complete picture of the Tabriz style as it developed, although, at the same time, it may be noted that the main components of early Safavid painting are closely linked with both the Turkmen court style and the Herat style of Bihzād. (...) However, by the beginning of the 1640s, Mucı̄n had developed his own individual style, which was light and lively. Curiously, towards the end of his life, he partially absorbed some of the stylistic trends that had arrived from Europe. 27 26 Grube, 1964, pp. 9–28; Robinson, 1982, p. 66. 27 For an example of his work dated 1655, see A.
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Score: 1010425.5 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...%20and%20calligraphy%20BIS.pdf
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PowerPoint Presentation Click to edit Master subtitle style Click to edit Master title style United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Methods for the World Population Prospects 2021 and Beyond Population Division, DESA, United Nations Virtual meeting (hosted in New York), 6-8 April 2020 Click to edit Master subtitle style Click to edit Master title style United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Methods for the World Population Prospects 2021 and Beyond Session 1: Monday 6 April 2020 Click to edit Master subtitle style Click to edit Master title style Population Division UN EGM on Methods for the World Population Prospects 2021 and Beyond Agenda: Monday, 6 April 2020 3 Seattle New York Geneva Facilitator: Thomas Spoorenberg Presenter 6:45 9:45 15:45 Call in/Resolve connectivity issues 7:00 10:00 16:00 1. (...) Group Discussion 10:00 13:00 19:00 ADJOURN Click to edit Master subtitle style Click to edit Master title style Population Division UN EGM on Methods for the World Population Prospects 2021 and Beyond • WPP method protocol: 1. (...) (including more VR from selected LMICs country-years, truncated life tables based on survey FBH/SBH data, life tables from HDSS, and simulated life tables for HIV/AIDS & ART) Questions for session #2 7 Click to edit Master subtitle style Click to edit Master title style United Nations Expert Group Meeting on Methods for the World Population Prospects 2021 and Beyond Session 3: Wednesday 8 April 2020 Click to edit Master subtitle style Click to edit Master title style Population Division UN EGM on Methods for the World Population Prospects 2021 and Beyond Agenda: Wednesday, 8 April 2020 9 Seattle New York Geneva Facilitator: Patrick Gerland Presenter 6:45 9:45 15:45 Call in/Resolve connectivity issue 7:00 10:00 16:00 1.
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Score: 1010056 - https://www.un.org/development...les/unpd_2020_egm_sessions.pdf
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Main activities AIMLTA's objectives are: a) to generate co-operation and mutual assistance among the members; b) to help all  members  to  secure  better  life  style   both  academically   and   sociologically; c) to impress upon all related organizations for proper recognition of Medical Laboratory Technologists; d) to  help  all  members  to  secure  better  life  style   both  academically   and   sociologically; and e) to impress upon all related organizations for proper recognition of Medical Laboratory Technologists.
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Score: 1008630 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...artners/member_list/aimlta/en/
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The drawings can be divided into two groups: Representations of religious and of nomadic life. The first category is to be considered under the influence of shamanism (DIA 18). (...) In the second group we are confronted with the hard life of the nomads in the steppe. The feet of these always moving men are as big as their faces (DIA 22). (...) In any case this rude, so-called Mongol-style has absolutely nothing to do with the Persian tradition.
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Score: 1003847 - https://en.unesco.org/silkroad...n_further_miniature-styles.pdf
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